Air Force creates Six turnovers in a 26-14 win over SDSU




The Air Force Falcons (3-1, 2-0) beat the San Diego State Aztecs (1-3, 0-1) 26-14 with the help of six Aztec turnovers.  Air Force had two defensive touchdowns on the day to go to 2-0 in the conference.  Connor Dietz lead the Falcons to a win in the first start of his career.

As the saying goes, the Aztecs are only going as far as Ryan Lindley takes them, well against the Falcons he took them to 4 interceptions and a fumble.  Vincent Brown put up his usual stud numbers with 10 catches for 123 yards and two touchdowns.  SDSU only managed to put up 39 rushing yards at the end of the day.  Both SDSU touchdowns came in the last three minutes as they scrambled to catch up.

The Falcon defense was at its finest against the Aztecs.  They were aggressive all over the field coming up with the interceptions and fumble recoveries.  Reggie Rembert led the defense with two interceptions and a fumble recovery for a touchdown.

Connor Dietz did a solid job running the offense, 64 yards rushing and 51 through the air.  However none of their drives led to touchdowns and they settled for four Erik Soderberg field goals.  Savier Stephens lead the Falcons with 71 yards, the team finished with 243 rushing yards on the day.

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